By Philip Alghazawi In a recent podcast, Karey Alghazawi shares memories of fleeing a war torn country in search of
By Eileen LeValley Meet John Chisholm. John immigrated to the United States from Shrewsbury, England, in 1979. He was an
By Emily Gilmer I sat down with fellow classmate and dear friend of mine Allan Bush, whose mother’s side of
By Philip Alghazawi I’ve had the pleasure of talking to Cheryl Muzia, who gives an insight to how immigration has
Students in the Fall 2019 “Social Media and Public Relations” course created a social media campaign to raise awareness about
Time for another class exercise with six-word stories to reflect on diversity and identity. Understanding. Curious. Passionate. Believer. Loving. Brazilian.
Students in the Diversity and Media Storytelling course in the journalism program at Oakland University recently shared aspects of their
By Sheryl Ruszkiewicz* I was first diagnosed with Alopecia areata at the beginning of fifth grade, right before picture day.
By Stephen Johnson Mina Girgis, a recent Bachelor of Science in Biology graduate, shared the story of his Egyptian heritage
By Paige Webb Allison Webb is a fourth-grade elementary school teacher. She has been teaching for a total of 18